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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

9 CITY NEWS Mrs. Shaw li Better— condition of Mrs. J. M. Shaw, who has been very ill, is very encouraging., She has rallied' and ■is recovering much more rapidly • than the doc tors expected. . ' Selling? Adulterated Milk — In the municipal court yesterday M. ■ Christian - •on, 600 Fourth avenue S, was fined $10 for ••lling adulterated milk. L. H. Hoyt, 411 Twentieth avenue X, was fined $25 for the some offense. A Child m B«d Fait—Thomas Hale, the 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hale, 46 Western avenue, lies dangerously ill ai his home from a concussion of the brain. The ohtid fell out of a second-story window. llotiiidrr Hound ,Over—Charles Bo- Under, was arraigned in "the" police' court' yes terday on the * charge iof embezzling ■■; funds to the amount"of $S»ti.Boffrom the Operative Plasterers' International Association. He wait bound over to the grand Jury in $500 bonds., . : UuKeiie Handululi KeiturtaEugene Randolph.- saloon-keeper at 25 Fourth street S. has left for. part...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 14, 1901. VERXa Here arc big: values for little prices. Blum* 2"- can. Rockport Gape Q_. rlUntS Plums, can DC DliiMt* 31°- eaus Fall Brook, lA* rIUITIS Gage Plums, can...... ...luC O A . n Good Sweet Corn, r A Per fiA« Born per can............ 5e doz.OUCI fl A . n AVlnnebago Corn, fi _ per f f| 'm, Corn per can............ DC o L7Oi D A ... Excellent evaporated California B real 9 Fears. (A great bargain), lb.. 0C Prunes iG^.^Uorß^ p.ruaes:....3k New rDates^^!:^:^Z*^sc New Figs '■ass?*.: .........:6c rcaSllOo Evaporated Peaches, lb.. Ill C Butter J».!°. jars: 16c Better at 180 and 20c. Our Mayflower brand Butter took the grand prize at Paris Exposition. Rolled Oats ...... lit Preserves, very fine, should he 30c, this sale 21c Pur© Fruit Jelly, glass 10c Sunny Side Tomato Soup, can 8c Anderson's Soups, <can 8c Stewed and Strained Tomatoes 10c Washburn's Oats, pa -8c Flaked Peas and Beans, pa -. 8c H. O. Wheat, pa-.- 7c Cross & Blackwell Pickles, quart j...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

8 ANOTHER QUIET DAY IN THE WHEAT MARKET May Opened Higher, but Closed the Same as Yesterday, at 74 1-4 Cents. STEADY TONE IN ALL MARKETS Price Current Report* i'No Damage to Winter Wheat and the Out look . Favorable. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March 14.—Firmer foreign markets put strength Into wheat this morning and opened May %c higher, at 74% c. The market touched 74% c and eaied off to 74%@74%c. Later weakness broke It to 74« B @T4> l e, where the market held at noon. Liverpool opened %d higher, ad vanvced to **@$id over yesterday and closed %& higher. Receipts In the north-west were again light at 266 cars, compared with 679 last year. The weather is reported moder ately colder In the extreme north, with pros pects of lower temperatures. Over winter wheat there is much moisture, with rains or tight snow flurries in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and eastward. The Price Current says that no material harm has resulted from the late period of thawing and freezing; that the He...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

THURSDAY EVENING. MARCH 14, 1901. STOKES' BIG MILL GONE HEAVY LOSS FOR WATKRTOWN Larifeut Plant of the Kind In the State—Proprietor May Xot ■ ' ' Rebuild. ' • Special to The Journal. k . Watertown. S. D., March 14.— H. Stokes' mill was destroyed by fire last night. It was a 600-barrel mill, and the best in ;the state. The main structure and its machinery are an entire loss. ! The engines and one large flour house were saved. The total loss is $100,000, and the insurance on the structure and stock is $52,000. The mill had been new ly/equipped with machinery. ,-,»'; The fire originated in. the basement, either by friction of the rollers or spon taneous combustion. A blizzard was rag ing -at the time, and it required great effort to. keep the flames from spreading. Mr. Stokes is undecided whether he will rebuild. It will be a great loss to the city.if he decides not to flo so, as he ( employed thirty men. :; -:\ ROBLIN IS CONFIDENT Due* Sot Think the Dominion Will lMHallotv 11U Bill. W...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 14 March 1901

10 STUTTERING STAMMERING DR. L L RIVENBURGH, of CHICAGO.^ at the NICOLLET HOTEL, this city, where he will remain a few weeks to cure Stuttering. Stammering, Hesitancy, Lisp ing: and ail forms of Speech Impediments. My method removes the cause of stammering;, therefore the cure is permanent. The only scientific and successful method known and practiced. / QUAIiANTtE A CURE ).\ A FE\* DAYS. I have made a specialty of speech Im pediments for the past 30 years and have cured over 2,500 cases. Read the following Testimonials: Owatonna, April Ist. 1900.—T0 Whom It May Concern: This ie to certify that Dr. E. L Rivenburgh has treated Judge Luce, ol the municipal court of this city, and Clarke G. King, a boy of 16 years of age, for stam mering, and the result iv each case has been simply marvelous. 1 have no hesita tiou iv recommending him to the considera tion of all persons thus afflicted. John L. Gibbs, ex-Lieutenant Governor. Owatonua, April Ist. 1900.—T0 Whom It May Concern: This is to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAIg PBICE TWO CENTS. NO SIGN OF SURRENDER Lord Kitchener's Silence Is Significant. HOW ABOUT ARMISTICE? Kitchener Reports General French in Active Operations. GEN. DE WET GETS FRESH HOLD He 1» Moving Into a. Region Where He I* Expected to Get Help. l«Ondon, March 15. —A dispatch from Lord Kitchener, issued this morning, is so studiously silent on the peace negotia tions that it leads to the conclusion that nothing has been accomplished of a suffi ciently definite character to justify offi cial support to the view that the war is over. Nor do General French's movements in dicate a cession of hostilities, although possibly, as no date is given, his captures were made before the armistice. Lord Kitchener's dispatch, which is dated at Pretoria last evening, says: De Wet has reached Seuekal on his north ward progress. French, in addition to .his previous success es, reports forty-six Boers killed or wounded, 146 taken prisoner and surrendered, with Si>o rifles, 3,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

2 BIGGEST GIFT YET Carnegie, It Is Reported, Will Do nate $25,000,000 in a Lump. PITTSBURG TECHNICAL SCHOOL Hla Friends Say He Intend* to Make It the Fineat in the World. Pittsburg, March 15.—Intimate friends of Andrew Carnegie say that it is his in tention to give at least $25,000,000 for buildings and endowment for the proposed technical school of Pittsburg. He intends to make his school the finest of its kind in the world. > CARJf BGIB'S GIFT Previous Donation!) Said to Amount to Nearly f-'3,000,000. -Yew York Sun Special Service New oYrk, March 15.—Andrew Carnegie himself does not know exactly how much money he has given away. Here is a recently published statement which is not far from correct: Trust fund for pensions for Carnegie workmen, $4,000,000. Trust fund for free libraries in Home stead, Braddoek and Duquesne, Pa., 11,000,000; Educational institutions in America. $7,105,000. Carnegie libraries in American cities, $7,136,000. Libraries and schools in Great Britain, $1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 15, 1901. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey :■ v .- > American Gr»ate«t M»aicln«. j CURES Consumption General De bility, La Grippe, Colds, Bronchitis, Malaria, Dyspepsia, Depression, and weakness from whatever causes' It li the onlr Whiskey taxed by the Government m % medicine. This i* m. guarantee. li« «re you get the Knutne. All dranglm and crocert or direct.>l.oo» bottle. Sjadforf medicalTxKJklet and teitlmoniaU. J»uffr Malt lVhlskey Co., Rochester, X. Y. MINNESOTA GLENCOE—Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Barrett, died from scarlet fever. PINE CITY—The barn of' ex-Senator F. A. Hodge was totally destroyed by lire. Loss, $500; insured. BENSON'—OIe E. Bakke, one of the pio neer residents, died yesterday. He retired Ironi active business about ibree years ago. CASS LAKE—R. Lessard is building a two •tory opera-house on First street. It will be completed by April I.—The new bank block is completed. FAIRMONT—The gravid commander has (ranted the petition f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

'£ THE JOURNAL LUCIA SWIFT, J. S. McLAIN, MANAGER. EimOU. THE JOURNAL is published i every evening, except Sunday, at' 47— Fourth Street South, 'Journal Building-, Minacapoli*, Minn. C. J. million. Manager Eastern Adver tising. NEW YORK OFFICE—B6. 87, 88 Tribune building. CHICAGO OFFICE—3OB Stock Exchange building. ■■••.- ':•-".•* SlllSClUl'TtU.t TEKJIS Payable to The Journal l'rintinft Co. Delivered by mail. One copy, one month $0.35 One copy, three moothß 1-00 One copy, six months 2.00 One copy, due year 4-00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages. 1.50 Delivered by carrier. One copy, one week S cents One copy, one month 35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADUIIKSS , Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers changed must always give their former as well as present address. COXTIXUKD All paper.-- are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are paid. COMPLAINTS, Subscriber* will please notify the office in every cane that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 15. 1901. JJICKEIJgLAIE 307 NICOLLET AYE. We Invite the Ladies' to Come and See Our New SPRING GLORIA $3 50 Roots eafcp»^^___ ■ /. Genuine patent fPSB^Bff!!? Vic-is, with hand fP-vJSHfflffi turned and yellow W \9| H stitched welt soles, -ft* style and quality JP vSI ou can'^ dupli ,£m Y*| .. cate any where for Jail'" 1 v^sSi new s^yle8 > the fIPNv v^a. wor^'s best.f or Misses' "Gloria" Jfe m■■ Boots, just like V> ■■ Jf I mama's, sizes ■ "■ Hto2, only....l^fca f (f (Children's jpb a /wft "Gloria"Boots. ■■ spring heel, welt J soles, sizes s>j to wSm 11, only ■■■ W A CONVICT'S GOOD TURN HE "BLEW" A SAFE AS A FAVOR Merchant's Strong Box: Could Hot Be . Opened—Novel Ise of a B. C. Burglar. . Special to The Journal. Vancouver, B. C, March 15.—A novel use -was made in the neighboring city of New Westminster of the services of a burglar -who was serving a term of im prisonment in the provincial jail. The heavy combination safe of a local mer chant named Annand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

G CITY NEWS Maine iiunHitt-mcut —Reeve & Wilcox will manage the Hotel St. Louis, Minnetoiiku, again this year. The hotel will opeu June 1. • .oiiij; to Portland—j. o Humphrey, who has been with the Advance Thresher company iv Minneapolis for twelve yearn, has gone to Portland, Oregon, to manage tlie company's coast business. V. oman'a iCilitiun "EU»."-The fol lowiug la the editorial staff of the woman's tuition of the Minnesota Daily, to be pub lished about Easter: Managing editor, Uon uetta Cornish, 1901; associate editors, Mary K. Alcott, l? 01; Edith M. Patch, 1901; Kuth Cole, 19(C; Helen \Y. Travel', 1903; Agues Glasoe, litu3; Susie K. Easton, 1904. To .'Attend Harrison Funeral—Rep resentative S." V. Morris, of Minneapolis, who is a nephew of the late Benjamin Harrison, loaves this evening for Indianapolis to at tend the funeral services of his distinguished relative. On motion of Mr. Roberts, the house excused Mr. Morris from attendance until next Tuesday. I'llll Hayes' Fun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

(FEIDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1901. VERXA For Saturday-Market Day. Cm>m* Strictly Fresh-good, large, "Ift 1 _ CggS bright stock, per doz iCsG n A . M Excellent evaporated California E-. rlaiS Tears. (A great bargain), lb.. 06 Prunes m°° d Callforn!a. rrunes;.... 3ic New Dates IS .: Sc New Figs »r................6c Dna»hoc N' er >' nne bright |A rSaCIISS Evaporated Peaches, ... IUC Butter {5^.!?.«:...:..;...; 16c Better at 18 0 and 200. Our Mayflower brand Butter took the grand prize at Paris Exposition. Rolled Oats £& lit Preserves, very fine, should be 30c, this sale 21c Pur© Fruit Jelly, glass 10c Sunny Side Tomato Soup, can 8c Anderson's Soups, can 8c Stewed aud Strained Tomatoes 10c U'asliburn's Oats, pa 8c Flaked Peas and Beans pa 8c H. O. Wheat, pa '. 7c Oosa & Blackwell Pickles, quart jar. 48c U A4»!#li*ll Breakfast Food, cooked •A nealTliall or uncooked, 5-lb. t>ag..£U§ Healthall 852W 30« Graham km";YaJ ancy.' 25c Graham Common, 18. uranarn 10-ib.i.ag lot Potat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

$ ' '** The Plymouth Clothing House. _.. ■ _■ Correct T>ress Tin bTSJ^WHFW^ **"*' Shobv Windows, from Head to Foot. I«■ I 3JBB 3|Jl • IATf HB S 111 Corner Sixth and JVicollet. Uttk O Mimm c newest °* c new anc* t^le est °* t^le best. TraTO^lhfciiilrfli jiii^CT^P^ I ow ou P art*cular» exact> men, who want the best and know it when you see it, come in. *^m l^fP Ua Some of our wide-awake customers caught us yesterday before we had arranged the new goods, but to-day lIC rliiiß Hk^ % everything is in good showing order. « , .";■'; •#_ - JB-J; Men's $i 2; *i 4 $16 Suits for $(><? 0 -1 S l^l®|fa|f* ' A few, fine lightweight Men's Suits carried over from last year (you would never know it if we did not tell ijJrJ&IBwU ' you, the styles are so good), must be quickly disposed of at a great loss. They sold for $10, $12, $14, and fIPFWIIir some for $16 a Suit. They are marked now at $6.50, for the whole suit and placed on separate tables on main UOJIIIIw floor, next the laundry ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING. MARCH 15, 1901. Avenue. * WbmjFW !■ %& Wmm t&P Facade. If CLOAK ID SUIT Sffi Styllmh Suit* »nd Costume*, nmw and o|"f PA OE aap ?£7&!z^«?a^ $25, $35 Silk Waists j|||| Trimmed Hats From $3.95 to $20 W*9 A mtle bu ea An -attempt; to describe our Ps!^( lv so some say. I i Silk Waists would require Jvuur / *.n, o i both a pen and brush artist _,_LJflffcrEhi__ to tain spring and then we could not do /^TtnvKnHß'BlV Hats. bllt we %*5 fill them justice We have them //M \V,?Jn^-Vll are selling «Pw»VV ! m a^n^e.°° lor ana MMnffM !«. Mkß For Saturday we will sell 200..,. ffffl»j|V 1 Wsl) '3& not "resist buv-}s7 *UI best quality Taffeta Sllk||M«iw MT^L^Jtl ing when theyf I#^V \S ulsts-beautles-lor V [Q^^mj l&f&fflSJfM set) °"r"a" New Walking Skirts S^';"ss''& J $7.50 I No other organs In toe body jH" '^ijr.j EB have such direct effect on the »y "■'- * *""' It |H general health. See that you "*?••' lil |f|j keep them in good repair. Every ll **« T Sr" ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

10 ■WIiRINC&tO ***%w C J GCTG&SELL MCRt 415-EM9-NICOLLET. AYE, v** ' r |l|j£ j Hats First : <^\i;JU L The clothes can wait a bit,-if necessary, w[.\^SisyS?^'/- but you must have a hew hat. itmtf** vLwfla^flx Buy it here, Where you find the largest /l^gfflHa )■/') \\ assortment of JVeu; Spring "1901" \ll Wu) /)/ styles in the city, ami at the lowest prices. AffSE/Sffi Derbys ' Soft Hats \/y^F^Sww4 The "Grand Due" The Oarrington, /// (the New York craze) Kaiser, Livonia, >l|pj||W'//// the Miller, Stetson, Stetson, Einporia, Kt^^^BL ' ' Guyer and the new and all the new \Ww)m\. taper crown Bos- est novelties in WfW&Spfflßb ton Derby. Golf Hats. MM^^m } The B. K. 4 Co. "Special" $2.50 Hats V In i\ in er^y» Fedora, and the new Golf KWsmmSw%\ styles are equal to, if not better than $P^*^7y X any '°° hats shown elsewhere. - : \/53&5f?~~ New Neckwear at 50 cents. New Soft Shirts, at $1 and $1.50 I /^^^ aa(l OU are sure to find this ore way i /''^'i i \ :^^P^j£iJK-»7 ah...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FEIDAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1901. Ai Great March x£ . I ..Shoe sale.. P Knoblauch's Arcade 239 Nicollet and , 23 and 25 South Washington Aye. welted Enamel Lace, DeW last Ladies' Vici kid lace, welted worth ° Sale $2.85 °les- kid lined ' * ( ood toes ' ' "■'; : . worth $3.50; <|*tf| 2LQ Men's Box Calf, lace, calf lined, Sale *&&***& new toes, welted $&£& £135 t a- » i if i v a soles, worth $4 S^&ieivl'® .Ladies box call, lace, welted soles, good toes; &*} AQ Men's Vici Kill, lace, calf lined, worth $3.50 .....ipfiill»F new toes: worth QC " $5.00. Sale Ladies' vici kid, lace, turned — ■ soles,some welted,d* 4 fo&€|l Men's Box Calf, lace, calf lined, worth S3; sale. .. H* ■ ■ *PO new toes; worth &£% _{_!% $4.00. Sale....^--"OO Ladies' Chrome kid, lace, on ~ , „. . „., . . " crood last, worth d^4 O A Men's Vici Kid lace, welted $2.50; sale, only.. I-Oli soles, new last; u*li £Q - - worth $3.50; sale xp&a^V uS Ladies , j^^ ft ~-^ - Ladies kid lac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

12 GOLF HANDS Rough jljSf Nails Hands jfw With Itching U Painful Burning H Finger Palms' ■ |!f' Ends ONE NIGHT CURE with Soak the hands on retiring in a strong, hot, creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, and anoint freely with CUTICURA, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear, during the night, old, loose kid gloves, with the finger ends cut off and air holes cut in the palms. For red, rough, chapped hands, dry, fissured, itching, feverish palms, with shapeless nails and painful finger ends, this treatment is simply wonderful. Millions of Mothers UseCuticuraSoap Assisted by CUTICURA OINTMENT, for preserving:, purifying-, and beautifying the skin of infants and children for rashes, itchings, and chafings, for clean sing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping' of fallinc hair, for softenine, whitening, and healing red, rough, and sore hands and iStr&hf* Purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of women use CLTICURA SOAP in the form of bath...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FRIDAY EVENING, MA EOT! 15, 1901. *i§9 SHOE SKIS* I make and sell more men's $3.50 shoes than any other two | manufacturers in the world, which proves my $3.50 shoes are superior to other makes. Placed side by side with the high priced shoes it is impossible to see any difference. A trial will convince. Fatt Color KjHttt I ■By 'i ■ ' 0 [~a»t Color K 7 »!c4<| ■nP i /? W. L. Douglas, Brockton, IftM . will send you a pair by mail for #3.7s."'"Write I for new spring: catalog. MINNEAPOLIS STORE: 405 NICOLLET A?. PERUNA CURES CATARRH 0P STOMACII.BOWELS,rt!DNEYS AND FEMALE ORGANS. R. H. HEGENEB,, fgv «—» .j^v 207 Nicollet Ay IkJfcjr^ Yjß^m* Full line of Toilet art ) ° |*2c3^fc^B ':' Icles, Carving Sets, *f^W*^>^ >'^s*KlS*fc Manicure Goods, Hair J**^- 7^? : .Brushes,. Razors and Pokcet Cutlery. Razors, Shears and Clippers sharpened. Household goods a specialty. Un equaled facilities and lowest rates. Packing by exptgfehced men. '. > '-•■*'{ Boyd Transfer ft Fuel Co 46 So. Third ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

14 MAY TURNED STRONG AND SOLD UP OVER 75c Wheat Market Shows Strength and Activity on Firmer Foreign Advices. ARGENTINE SHIPMENTS LIGHTER Good Ca»li and Export Inquiry Re ported—.Menu Stronger on the Whole. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, March IB.— combination of a firmer Liverpool market with light shipments from Argentine, : and moderate receipts in the: northwest, put strength into wheat this morning and forced ■and advance of %c. May opened %c up 'at ?4%c, and had worked up to 74% cby noon. Corn was firm. : Northwest wheat receipts were 346 cars, against 697 last year. In the ■southwest receipts were 132,000 hu, at St. . Louis and Kansas City, against 52,000 bu last year. Liverpool closed *4d* to %d higher. Antwerp was unchanged, Paris 5 centimes to 10 centimes higher and 15 centimes to 20 cen times higher on flour. - The market held for an hour around 74'/£c, when tho Chicago shorts began to cover, starting the upturn. Minneapolis followed, May selling to 74% c and July reach...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 15 March 1901

FRIDAY EYEING, MARCH 15, 1901. ;USTLING ON A BIG SCALE GA\G BHOKHX UP IN MONTANA Stock Valued at ?3T,000 Recovered 4 : •—Crow Indians Had Been ;N^*.*?,; >. Plundered. / J Helena, Mont., . March 15.—The "United States authorities And the officers of Cus •Jor county have frustrated the most gi gantic rustling schemes ever attempted in this state. Major Edwards, agent of the Crow Indians, recently discovered that a large number of cattle belonging to the Crows .had been" stolen. The authorities ■went quietly to work, end. have. captured ■Robert 1 Lee and, another ;.cowboy .impli cated in the theft. The leader of the Sang has escaped with others, and is now being pursued. * '" -.••"' Lee and his comrade will have a hear ing before a United States commissioner at Billings, March 19. The deputy mar shals ; and stock detectives have recovered more than 1.000 head of the stolen cattle, haying a total value of $37,000. The rustlers had ■changed the brands on -the cattle, and had expected ...

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